Ayurvedic Medicine

What is Ayurvedic Medicine?

Ayurveda means "the science of life."

Ayurveda is a holistic system of healing which evolved in India some 3000-5000 years ago.
Ayurveda looks at each person as a unique individual and focuses on establishing and maintaining balance of life energies. Ayurveda seeks to heal the fragmentation and disorder of the mind-body complex and restore wholeness and harmony.

The main object of this science is preservation of health and prevention of disease.


How to gain ANTA Accreditation in Ayurvedic Medicine?

Here are a few tips to help you gain accreditation with ANTA in Ayurvedic Medicine.

  1. Review our recognised courses to obtain information on colleges and courses ANTA recognises for accreditation
  2. Download a Membership Application form, fully complete and post into ANTA
  3. Ensure you have certified copies of your qualifications and academic records
  4. Use the applicants checklist within the application to ensure fully completed

ANTA's Scope and Standards of Practice

To view ANTA's commitment to the delivery of quality health care, public safety and promoting informed choices in Ayurvedic Medicine read our Scope and Standards of Practice.
Scope and Standards of Practice - Ayurvedic Medicine

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